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Learning and Teaching Workshop (Phoenix Project)

21 April 2015

The School of Mathematics will be welcoming three visitors from the University of Namibia (UNAM) Mathematics department as part of the Phoenix Project.

CDT Lab opening

New £500,000 lab to train tomorrow’s chemists

19 April 2015

A high-tech science hub dedicated to training world leaders in catalysis opened on Thursday 16 April at Cardiff University School of Chemistry.

Iceberg in middle of sea water

Iceberg armadas not the cause of North Atlantic cooling

17 April 2015

Armadas of icebergs were probably not the cause of abrupt episodes of cooling in the North Atlantic over the past 440,000 years, according to new research published today in Nature.

graphene

Cardiff research on graphene ‘revolutionary’ for industry

15 April 2015

Tests on graphene by a Cardiff University researcher could open up global exploitation of the lightweight ‘wonder’ material.

London Mathematical Society Inverse Day Cardiff

10 April 2015

Join us at the next London Mathematical Society inverse day.

Electrical pylon

Cardiff engineers support construction firm’s plans to replace scaffolding

2 April 2015

A Welsh construction company is working with Cardiff University’s School of Engineering to develop an innovative system to replace the use of scaffolding.

Rideal Conference 2015

Prize winners and commemorative session at 18th Rideal Conference

30 March 2015

Cardiff made a major contribution to the 18th Rideal meeting with a special session dedicated to Professor Wyn Roberts and also had success with 2 prize winners in the poster competition.

Developing Mathematics in Healthcare seminar

26 March 2015

Event date: Thursday 14 May 2015

EmerEEG software in action

Engineers to improve diagnosis of traumatic brain injury

26 March 2015

School of Engineering researchers have contributed to the creation and design of an early response medical system that could save thousands of lives and prevent disabilities.

Compound Semiconductors

£17.3m funding for Compound Semiconductor Research Foundation

26 March 2015

A £17.3m award for Cardiff’s Compound Semiconductor Research Foundation was announced this week by the Minister for Universities Science and Cities, the Right Honourable Mr Greg Clark.